Most thing in Eclipse are just great. Some are really annoying if you don't know how to cope with them … I listed here some issues I had to struggle with. Perhaps this section of Railing Tangga | Konsultan Pajak | Rumah Dijual should be named FAP (Frequently Annoying Problems) ;-).
Eclipse does not load my plugin properly or does not detect changes in my changed plugin.xml
For efficiency reasons, eclipse caches the plugin.xml of each plugin - imagine Eclipse would have to parse all the plugin.xml files at startup … If you just overwrite your plugin, Eclipse will not recognize that anything has changed and will not update the cache - so your changes seem to have no effect. Starting eclipse with the option -clean will clear the cache and therefore resolve this problem .
I cannot start my product or plugin, since Eclipse cannot resolve dependent plugins
Missing plugins in your run configuration usually occur in two situations: (1) you have not all required plugins listed in your product and try to start it(2) you already have a run configuration for your plugin and add additional plugin dependencies . They will not be added in the run configuration. In case (1) obviously you should add the missing plugins ;-) Back to the resolution of the problem: go to the Plug-ins tab of your run configuration and hit the button "Add Required Plugins" - afterward validate the plugin set by clicking on and "Validate Plug-in Set". This should hopefully resolve the problem .
Launching my java application fails with message: Caused by: java.io.IOException: CreateProcess error=87
When the CLASSPATH gets too long, the program cannot be launched (at least under Windows) - try to
shorten your CLASSPATH. In the case of a plugin, you can try to remove unnecessary required plugins.